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## What is the maximum number of hosts your network can accommodate?

1.0. You need to create 5 sub networks each network has a maximum of **10 hosts**. We can only use the first 8 bits for out subnets as these 8 bits have been allocated as host addresses. So Subnet masks of 255.255.

## What is the maximum number of hosts on each subnet?

The maximum number of available hosts is **4094**. You cannot, of course, use the first or last IP in a subnet (e.g. 10.0. 0.0 and 10.0. 15.255) for hosts as these are required for other purposes.

## Which class has a maximum number of hosts?

Thus, for a **Class C address** with 8 bits available in the host field, the maximum number of hosts is 254. Today, IP addresses are associated with a subnet mask.

## What is the maximum number of hosts allowed on subnet 172.30 100.0 22?

D Average attenuation/average distortion. 15 What is the maximum number of hosts allowed on subnet 172.30. 100.0/22? **A 258**.

## What is the maximum number of host IP addresses?

Out of this addresses the first and last address correspond to network and broadcast address which cannot be used for host. i.e **2048-2 = 2046** are the maximum number of host the given range of IP address can have.

## How many hosts can your network support?

The formula to determine how many hosts can operate on a network is **2 ^{n}-2**, where n is the number of 0 bits in the subnet mask. A subnet mask has 32 bits. If the CIDR notation is /27 it indicates that there are 5 bits left to create subnets.

## How many hosts are in a 8 subnet?

Class A

Network Bits | Subnet Mask | Number of Hosts |
---|---|---|

/8 | 255.0.0.0 | 16777214 |

/9 | 255.128.0.0 | 8388606 |

/10 | 255.192.0.0 | 4194302 |

/11 | 255.224.0.0 | 2097150 |

## How many hosts are in a 24?

Subnet Mask Cheat Sheet

Addresses | Hosts | |
---|---|---|

/ 24 | 256 |
254 |

/ 23 | 512 | 510 |

/ 22 | 1024 | 1022 |

/ 21 | 2048 | 2046 |

## What is the maximum number of hosts that can be attached to a Class A in the ipv4 addressing system?

Each class A address has the first bit set to 0 and is followed by 7 bits for the network part, resulting in a maximum of 128 ( ) networks; this is then followed by a 24-bit host part. Thus, class A supports a maximum of **2 24 − 2 hosts per** network.

## What is the maximum number of nodes host in Class A?

Class A Network (/ 8 Prefixes)

Each network supports a maximum of **16,777,214 (2 ^{24} -2)** hosts per network.